Comedians are cheating, and K-von want to join the revolution.
“Thanks to social media and modern technology, no one is valued in the industry anymore… power is now in the hands of talent,” said K-von, who is organizing an event. GoFundMe . Campaign to support his upcoming special, “Essential.”
“Essential” allows K-von to explain the endless closures and how the government calls so many Americans “nonessential” while allowing chain stores and marijuana stores to operate without interruption. punishment.
And he’s taking his action directly to the consumer, following in the footsteps of comedians like Andrew Schulz and Louis CK They produced their most recent one-hour specials themselves, and it paid off.
Plus, don’t have to compromise their comic vision along the way. Their jokes. Their way. And K-von eagerly embraces that creative freedom with “Essential”.
“It’s all about taking control of your own destiny instead of waiting for someone else to decide if you’re ‘ready’ for an opportunity,” he says.
HiT reached out to the comedian to learn more about “Essential,” how he handles being a right-wing comic, and how he personally treats fans.
HiT: We’ve all felt less than “essential” for the past two years… but sometimes it’s hard to laugh about it. Talk about crossing the line between comedy and tragedy through new material.
K-von: As the famous saying goes, Tragedy + Time = Comedy. I made a lot of these jokes during the pandemic and sent them out via ZOOM calls. It was a miserable time. My concern is, once the pandemic is over, will this material still work?
So for this special issue I focus on themes that won’t be ‘outdated’ as soon as this comes out.
This routine doubles as a winning round for those who find their skepticism towards “experts” and media stories further validated as more information continues to emerge.
Hello: Your podcast shares your right-wing views, but your stance is often non-political in nature. Does this particular hint that you’re changing course or is this a one-off moment to address a cultural gap you just can’t resist exploring?
K-von: Started out as a comedian, someone who may be in his early 20s, still learning how to build a joke and confidently giving this material to strangers. Unless you’re Greta Thunberg or David Hogg, most are humble enough to realize that you probably don’t have much wisdom to add to a conversation.
So it’s best to keep the humor light and fun.
Fast-forward 15 years and now I’m digging deeper into current topics and events that I think I can tackle more effectively.
The “The Right Show” podcast skews whatever is happening in the news that week. It could be sports, celebrities, current events, pop culture, you can name it. Recently, the whole world has really focused on politics and that has created a never-ending stream of material, so we cover it.
As for the act of standing up, I want it to be more popular. One of my fans can buy tickets but bring along a friend who doesn’t share their views. My show is popular in such a way that no one can sit there shunned for an hour.
With that said, the mainstream Left has been watching Trump seven nights a week on 10 different channels. Better yet, the crowd put on their big girls pants and brace themselves to hear three Biden jokes and one about Megan Rapinoe.
If that’s going to make you extremely miserable then you need to stay home.
Hi: Your Instagram account reveals special content that won’t be shared in some mainstream arenas… can you share more about this and why it’s important to tell these jokes ?
K-von: “Essential” includes any topic that might have gotten you banned or unsubscribed from social media over the past few years. We aim Biden HunterLGBTQ issues, transgender sports, Fauci’s lies and I even came up with our own vaccine theory.
I dub the voices and personalities of people of five different ethnicities outside of my own and ended with a bad joke. It’s the kind of thing the wakes don’t allow, it’s hilarious and that’s how the comedy is supposed to be.
HiT: The internet and social media make it easier for artists to engage with fans, learn about their interests, and more. How has that shaped your comedy career?
K-von: I consider some of my peers to be “domestic cats”. They are whipped and made to look good and offer their best opportunities in a silver platter. After a show, they go back to the green room and hide until all the paying customers have gone.
They don’t want to meet civilians, just collect their money.
Then you have outdoor feral cats like me. Maybe we weren’t treated well and we were a lot harder. A little scrap. I depend on every person I meet. Each fan as a potential customer can hire me for their own event.
So I interact with all of them. Meet & Greets sometimes lasts longer than reality comedy shows. I try to make sure everyone gets a shot and can give me the market feedback I need to improve my actions even more.
Hello: Over the last few years, both the Big Tech censors have influenced comedy and the Culture of Deregulation of what can and can’t be joked about. Are you optimistic at this point in the culture that things will improve (e.g. Elon Musk at Twitter), or do you see the same limitations still in place?
K-von: I don’t know if things will improve but a comedian should be rooted in honesty, so I’m forced to keep trying my best with honest jokes no matter how common that is. variable is accepted or not.
It’s exciting to see an elite group of Avengers emerge. Trump, Elon Musk, Joe Rogan, Kanye, Bill Burr, Kyrie, Chappelle… the list goes on. These unlikely big dogs continue to appear and repel the Radical Left at various points.
Before they do, it feels a little lonely out there.
HiT: You’re still young but you’ve been a comedian for a while… what advice could you give to your younger self when starting a business, things you’ve learned along the way. trial and error?
K-von: I’ll tell a young comedian to side with the Radical Left. They control big tech, the media, all the talk shows, and every major publication.
They are controlling universities and corporations. It’s easy to pretend that there are hundreds of genders, that you can be healthy no matter how obese you are, that getting rid of the police will make life better for the black community, and that by wishing it were so; we can do FREE school, health and all social programs for unlimited number of people.
Sadly, I exposed myself and people know I’m not that stupid. I’m stuck in creating my own path. At least I can look at myself in the mirror and know I did the right thing.
With that said, I’m building an army of like-minded people by my side no matter what happens next. So if you want to join the rebels; We’re not going to throw you a fancy welcome party. Come here, grab a shovel and get to work.